From soccer events to family fun runs, what could be more wonderful to watch than dozens of miniature colorful sneakers doing a dance all their own? We especially love seeing kids having fun in activities that strengthen their bodies as well as in events that strengthen the community.
We encourage you to teach your children the importance of regular exercise and the value of participation in group activities that benefit charitable causes.
Uta meets the STRIVERS, a unique program that instills confidence and self-esteem in young girls in Massachusetts—by preparing them to run a 5K race. Their graduation rate over the last five years: an impressive 100 percent.
Happy children aged 9 to 14 took part in the North American finals at the 34th edition of the Hershey®’s Track & Field Games on Aug. 6 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The event seeks to teach children the importance of good sportsmanship and physical fitness.
If you want to see the bright future of road running, head to West Palm Beach, Florida, the first week in December. Uta did—and she was inspired by the sight of 3,000 kids, some as young as kindergartners, completing a unique marathon.
We had the opportunity to spend a little time with young talents, who already might be dreaming about becoming part of the Olympics or the World Championships one day.
A Day to Honor Children, Their Spirit and Youth “Just a few small changes in a family’s routine can make all the difference to a child’s health.” – Uta
“Hey,” calls Laura, “we’d better get a move on, there’s almost no one behind us.” Her friends turn around, and see that it’s true: there aren’t many left behind them.
There’s a hectic to and fro on the Potsdamer Platz. Children run hither and yon, looking for teammates. Others have already found their group and are stretching, hopping from one leg to the other or circling their arms.
What a picture! Half a million people celebrating in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, black-red-and-gold flags fluttering as the German football team bids farewell to the fans.
Djamal did not sleep well the night before the race. “I was so excited, I could not sleep at all,” he says. He thought of the Indians that they had been told about at school – the Indians who live in the tropical rainforests of South America, away from civilization.
The ambassador of Ecuador in Germany, masters the art of diplomacy: he is always friendly yet reserved. With a smile on his face, he managed to place three penalty shots right into the goalkeeper’s arms.